Construction Law

Our construction attorneys in Wichita provide quality legal representation for clients in the construction industry, including developers, builders, contractors, subcontractors, engineers, architects, public and private owners, and financial institutions. We act as counsel to one of the Midwest’s largest general contractors. The Fleeson Gooing team can handle all matters related to construction law, from negotiations and contracts to issues that arise after project completion.

In addition, construction touches on many other areas of the law, including real estate and development, commercial and corporate litigation, labor and employment law, insurance coverage law and personal injury claims. This complexity requires a depth and breadth of experience, which Fleeson Gooing as a full-service law firm provides. As one of the largest law firms in the region, our construction law practice can call on the knowledge and skill of attorneys with experience in all these areas

Services provided by our Wichita construction lawyers include:

  • Negotiation and drafting of construction contracts, including:
    • agreements between the owner and architect
    • bidding practices and procedures
    • construction management agreements
    • specialized formats
  • All phases of commercial and residential development, including pre-design, design, construction and post-construction
  • Representation before administrative boards, agencies and commissions for zoning, land use and regulatory matters
  • Arbitration and litigation of construction disputes, including contract and payment disputes, delays, disruptions, defects, damages, changed/unforeseen conditions, environmental issues, and negligence claims
  • Labor and employment law matters, including safety and employment policies and OSHA compliance
  • Insurance defense litigation

Fleeson Gooing Construction Law Articles

  • Mechanic’s Liens Must Be Done Right to Be Effective
  • Kansas Fairness in Private Construction Contract Act Impacts Payment Obligations

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